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Hello, how do you say
"One of them is for ryoko-san's"
And
"maybe/should i take both of them (keychains)" ?

Thanks a bunch☺
 
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Yeah i guess?

It's like "one of the keychain is supposedly for ryoko. But i like them both. I wonder maybe i should take both of them? (And not giving any to ryoko)".

Sorry english is not my first languange :D
 

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If I were you, I would take both and ask どっちがいい? Docchi ga ii? Which do you like?
 
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Oh it's like a monologue in a story or a diary ahaha.
I mean how do you write : "one of the keychain is supposedly for ryoko. But i like them both. I wonder maybe i should take both of them? (And not giving any to ryoko)"." in japanese :D
 

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it's like a monologue in a story or a diary
Then, you should explain it in the first place.
りょうこさんにはどっちがいいんだろう。両方持っていった方がいいのかな。
Ryouko-san ni wa docchi ga ii n darou. Ryouhou motteitta hou ga ii no kana.
 
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Oh, just for my learning reference, how do you write it in the "stingy" version you've mentioned before? :pompous:

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ひとつはりょうこさんのだけど、両方持っていった方がいい?
Hitotsu wa Ryouko-san no dakedo, ryouhou motte itta hou ga ii?

The point is whether you say it directly to her or not.
 
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Thank youuu :x3:

Oh one last thing,
If i add ~かな,
ryouhou motte itta hou ga ii ka na~
Does it mean :
"I wonder if it's okay to have them both for myself" ?

Or could i write : "ryouhou totta hou ga ii ka na~"?
 
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